Did Peter Minuit swindle the Lenape Tribe? Or has civilization just ignored the devastating effect of taxes? Published March 24 2012
If the truth is always somewhere in the middle, then there is no need to actually investigate. Or think. How convenient! Published March 21 2012
Taxpayer money is wasted by the National Endowment for the Arts' mission. It has to be. Published March 14 2012
States try to grab money from sales - and non-sales - in other states. It's bad economics and probably illegal. Published March 14 2012
Tim Kern taught economics for fifteen years, and discovered that understanding life is easy; it’s recognizing reality that takes practice. He holds a music degree, and later earned an MBA in finance from Northwestern University. He has lived across ...Read More
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